Elias Toufexis To Host The Canadian Videogame Awards
Earlier today, the producers of the Canadian Videogame awards announced that Elias Toufexis, (Adam Jensen in Deus Ex: Human Revolution) is set to host the CVA’s this April. If you don’t know who Elias Toufexis is, then you’re missing out on one of Canada’s rising stars in both film and videogames industries. The Canadian Videogame Awards will take place at the Vancouver Convention Centre on April 20, 2013.
More on Elias Toufexis and the Canadian Videogame Awards after the break.
To gamers around the world, Elias Toufexis is most know for his portrayal of Adam Jensen, the mechanically augmented protagonist of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. He also won the CVA’s “Best Audio” and “Best New Character” awards last year for his performance in the game. In addition, Elias has been cast in a number of Canadian film and TV productions such as Smallville, Alphas, Supernatural, Lost Girl and more. On the game-end of the spectrum, he has been involved in productions such as Need for Speed Carbon, Rainbow Six: Vegas 2, Assassin’s Creed II/Revelations, and even the upcoming Splinter Cell: Blacklist.
Sponsored by Future Shop, the CVA’s have become one of the most important events in the Canadian game industry in the last few years. The Canadian Videogame Award ceremony; a once-a-year event that honours and celebrates the best developers and publishers Canada has to offer. From best original music, to most innovative,to the best game of the year, CVA ceremonies are full of emotion, talent, and Canadian pride.
Posted on March 11, 2013, in Event Coverage and tagged canadian game industry, canadian videogame awards, cva, deus ex human revolution, elias toufexis, entertainment, future shop, gaming. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.